Keep on flowing: The importance of freshwater corridors in the Amazon

The Amazon rainforest and basin are crucial for the balance of the Earth’s environmental systems that enable life as we know it. The world’s largest rainforest covers 6.7 million square kilometers and encompasses the largest network of forests and rivers in the world, housing around 10% of the world’s biodiversity and 20% of the planet’s freshwater.

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